The FME World Fair is coming to a screen near you

By on 16 March, 2021

1Spatial FME world fair

1Spatial will be co-hosting four sessions at this year’s FME World Fair on 7-13 May.

Although the essence of the World Tour is at the heart of the World Fair, this event is nothing like you’ve seen before from Safe. Going fully virtual over the course of nine days for the first time, you will be able to connect and engage thousands of FME users, experts, and partners from across the globe to inspire, enchant, unite, motivate others with what they have accomplished using FME.

During the event, you’ll still discover the best tips & tricks, newest updates, and innovative ways customers are using FME. The ability to network and interact with FME users, experts, and partners from around the world will be a delightful highlight, with many creative and fun ways for attendees to connect and participate.

Country manager Australia Andrej Mocicka commented: “Following on from last year’s quick and successful response to the pandemic, where the FME World Tour went virtual and 1Spatial ran localised virtual FME WT events. With everybody’s safety in mind, Safe are running the World Tour event virtually again… but with a fun twist of it being the World Fair. We are pleased to be able to participate in this year’s event with Safe and look forward to the opportunity to connect with you and our ever-increasing FME community.”

There will be four 1Spatial Australia online sessions where participants will be able to join to learn more about what 1Spatial and FME has to offer; hear about interesting case studies from customers; learn some really cool tips and tricks to help users get the best out of FME; and join the FME accredited technical team for Q&A sessions and join in some of the fun that will be on offer.

The event is free and open to those considering FME, as well as new and existing users.

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